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    I'm just learning to vault on bareback... I've...

    I'm just learning to vault on bareback... I've found the best way is to stand facing the rear, grab mane and take a step with my left leg, swing right leg up and over, while concentrating on looking...
  2. Running with horse

    I love running with my horse, my landlord doesn't allow me to have a dog, do I have to settle for using my gelding as my running partner. Get some strange looks out on the trails, but we both enjoy...
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    Lunging over jumps

    My guy is very similar to this, very rushy to fences. We're still working on it but its much improved. I did a lot of lunging over poles and small jumps. It really seemed to boost his confidence...
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    Fantasia Adventure Holidays in Spain

    I've been to Fantasia Adventure Holidays in Spain and had a fantastic time... Riding on the beach and in the woods, the trails were amazing, the horses were great and safe and it was overall a...
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    I don't know if they would have them, but I love...

    I don't know if they would have them, but I love "The horse Dancer" by Jojo Moyes and both "Riding Lessons" and Flying Changes" by Sara Gruen. :)
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    I think a couple of my favourite horsey fiction...

    I think a couple of my favourite horsey fiction books are "Riding Lessons" and "Flying Changes" by Sara Gruen. She's the author of the book "Water for the Elephants" that they just made into a movie...
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